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2. Regulation 11 of the Social Security Benefit (Persons Abroad) Regulations 1975 shall be amended as follows:—
(a)in paragraph (1):—
(i)for the definition of “prescribed employment”, there shall be substituted the following definition:—
“'prescribed employment' means
(ii)at the end there shall be added the following definition:—
“'prescribed area' means
(b)at the end of paragraph (2) there shall be added the words “in a designated area”;
(c)after paragraph (2), there shall be inserted the following paragraphs:—
“(2A) Subject to paragraph (2B) where benefit under Part II of the Act would be payable to a person were that person in Great Britain, that person shall not be disqualified for receiving such benefit by reason only of the fact that he is, in connection with prescribed employment:—
(a)in a prescribed area; or
(b)travelling between one prescribed area and another; or
(c)travelling between a designated area and a prescribed area; or
(d)travelling between Norway or a member State (including the United Kingdom) and a prescribed area.”.
“(2B) Paragraph (2A) shall not apply where, under the legislation administered by Norway or any member State (other than the United Kingdom) benefit is payable in respect of a person for the same contingency and for the same period for which benefit is claimed under the Act.”.
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